First images of the destruction of the most powerful hurricane that has touched Nicaragua

TODAY NICARAGUA – The Juventud Presidente (JP+) team shares the first images of the devastation caused by the mighty Category 5 Hurricane Iota that hit the North Caribbean Coast on November 16.

Hurricane Iota is the most powerful to make landfall in Nicaragua.

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